I was thrilled when I found this book on Audible because Wayne would be reading in his own voice, so the ideas would really feel present. I listen to this book everyday as I drive to work. It has changed how I start my day and how I interact with others. Great read; great listen!
The book has changed how I look at things. I am more of an observer which gives you more insight and understanding about what is going on around me.
I have been a fan of Wayne Dyer's for a long time. This book contains 81 verses of an ancient philosophers writings. Wayne quotes each verse and then elaborates on how to apply his teachings to your everyday life. I plan to listen to this book many times to gain deeper understanding.
LOL...this is a good anger management book. it is also good for people who have a tendacy not to think things out. this book is great in showing one to remove themselves from drama and be the listener and not the participant. just a small example of whats inside.
I always think it's nice to listen to something motivational while driving along. Except in this case. Pretty much the name says everything you know. I couldn't listen through it all. Done with great arrogance, as if he has the universal secret to share - but says the same thing you've heard 100 times in a boring way.
I wish I could write a good review on this audibook, but instead I am forced (for the first time with Dr. Dyer audio) to give only one star. I was not at peace while listening to this audio book. It is basically an explanation of Dr. Dyer of the Lao-tzu rules of conduct, and perhaps as a christian that did not feel right. Perhaps I am not a very good nez person, perhaps right now I am not in the path to listen to the audio book.
The inclusion of useful, practical, and revolutionary concepts and practices.
He sounds a bit disingenuous.
This is a difficult question to answer as a short description. Edits I'd have made are numerous and nearly constant throughout.
I have read almost all Dyer's books.
I have already, his voice is ecellent for reading.
He did not.
I have this book in print and I urge everyone to read it first. The verses of the Tao Te Ching should be read and the applications to one's own life read slowly and applied slowly. However, listening to the Tao on a daily basis is powerful and fo me has a grounding effect.
Dyer appears to believe there weren't enough words in the Tao Te Ching. He rambles on for hours telling us how we should lead our lives. Like many westerners trying to teach eastern philosophies he dumps his enthusiasm on the listener without the subtlety and effectiveness of an good teacher. True insight is not bought by the pound.